We believe in the importance of inter-disciplinary study and are keen to ensure diversity of skills among the student cohort. An undergraduate law degree (minimum 2:2) is usually necessary for meeting our entry requirements; however graduates from related disciplines may still apply for an LLM degree if we can be convinced that they possess the skills to study law at a Masters level. Those without a law background would be required to undertake a course entitled 'Introduction to the Law' during induction week. In appropriate cases, we also ask for an IELTS score of 6.5.
Months of entry
This highly-regarded course offers choice and flexibility, with an emphasis throughout the course on the perspective of developing countries. The teaching strategy is innovative and is designed to be adaptable according to your needs, allowing you to develop areas and pursue questions that are of particular interest such as intellectual property law or in-depth studies of the World Trade Organisation. The course has an international orientation and has been attracting students from all over the world since it was established.
- Open to non-law graduates, provided they take the short non-assessed 'Introduction to Law' module during the induction period
- The teaching strategy is innovative and is designed to be adaptable according to each student's needs
- Flexible course enables you to pursue questions that are of particular interest
- Provides a career path for those progressing from an undergraduate degree in law or business or those returning to study who want careers in business law
- The Law Department has a longstanding reputation for providing expert legal teaching to those interested in a business career.
The LLM course starts in September. The course is either one year full-time or two years part-time.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Middlesex Enquiries